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I was parked at the other end of that row. Waited inside in the front. Looked at the t-shirts and other things they had. Didn't see your bike when I left, I knew I should've waited longer. Next time I will get you my cell number. Just my luck. Probably passed you on the way out. Thats alright tomorrow is another day.
Well rode the bike today for the last time before I tare her down for paint. I put the hardtail on her 2 years ago but never painted it. Bare metal and rust looked cool for a while but now Im ready to bring her to the next step. I have everything I need but clear coat for the frame. Now I need to find the time to get started!!
Well the charging problem has been located. It is a bad rectifier. Great . I found a reproduction made by rick's now all I have to do is wait on the big brown truck. No winter riding for a couple of days and it is nice enough to get out for a lunchtime ride. Just not willing to let her breakdown on the road and look messed up. Just have to wait.
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